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    Re: Forced or mandatory vaccination

    I completely understand how you feel, I've no choice right now but to stay put; the problem is, you have to get jabbed to leave these shores.
    [/QUOTE]A question — do you have to be jabbed to leave...
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    Re: Forced or mandatory vaccination

    I completely understand how you feel, I've no choice right now but to stay put; the problem is, you have to get jabbed to leave these shores.

    At least we're not across the Channel, it's looking...
  3. Re: Normalising vaccine side-effects, as if it has always been like this

    It's good to look at the Standard article and scroll down to the comments; people aren't buying it.

    One thing that I've noticed on several newspaper websites is that the comments used to be below...
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    Re: Films based on true events

    I had a similar feeling when in 1982 I saw Costa-Gavras' film Missing. It's about the US-backed coup in 1973 that overthrew the government in Chile of President Salvador Allende and installed a...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Just for clarification - the article does say this:

    "Unvaccinated people are to be barred from accessing almost all businesses, except for grocery stores and pharmacies, as Merkel joined Scholz in...
  6. Re: Extreme Covid measures in Canada... as Loony as ever.

    I've just heard from an elderly friend in Ontario. She said that the booster is now being given to the over 70s, those with medical conditions and the indigenous.

    Huh? Is that true? Is the...
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    Re: Recent Cardiac Events Amongst Sports People

    It doesn't say if it's a heart attack, but a sudden death at 26 years...

    Scotland women's international rugby player Siobhan Cattigan who campaigned against sexism in the sport has died suddenly...
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    Re: Is the Queen not long for this world?

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    Funny meme but the picture's old - from 2019.
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    The new lurgy variant is being called Omicron B. The anagram of 'moronic' has already been going around for a while, but people are now pointing out that Omicron B is an anagram of 'no Crimbo' (in...
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    Re: Covid-19 Suspicious Deaths

    Out of curiosity I took a look at the webpage on Wayback Machine and it is identical to the one presently posted there. Maybe it was another list that you came across a few years ago? Maybe Wayback...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeist Memes Thread

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    Re: Covid-19 Suspicious Deaths

    Could it be one of these articles, Norman? Bibliotecapleyades.net has been around for a long time.
    https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/sociopol_scientistkilling.htm
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    Re: A new French flag??

    I'd never expect a straight answer from a politician... :blah:
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    A new French flag??

    This is an interesting video - if you like quirky things like this - about a change in the French flag last year and only noticed this week (4 minutes long)...

    There's discussion on what it could...
  15. Re: "Wot strange wordes thou speke..." Time Traveller from 16th Century?

    That's an intriguing account, one that I hadn't heard before. Ken Webster wrote a book about the experience that now sells secondhand for an eye-watering £500+, or you can get it downloaded for free...
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    Re: Recent Cardiac Events Amongst Sports People

    On the other hand - the fact that they're bringing a denial into the story also has the consequence of drawing it to everyone's attention! They could have left that out altogether...

    I see that...
  17. Re: Normalising vaccine side-effects, as if it has always been like this

    Highly irresponsible too to show a model clutching her chest. Heart attack symptoms aren't like that, it's like bad indigestion and pain in the upper left arm. My father was in bed for 2 days with...
  18. Re: How can you be productive if your work isn't fun?

    "Where do you see hard work equaling success?" - I never said that. What I would say about that though is that it used to be the case that you could do a week's work in a low-paying job such as in a...
  19. Re: How can you be productive if your work isn't fun?

    From what you've said Jack, you lean strongly towards the arts. Would a support role at an arts venue - a theatre, art gallery, museum or similar - interest you? Have you ever looked into TV and...
  20. Re: How can you be productive if your work isn't fun?

    I hope my earlier reply didn't sound too harsh... I've been thinking more on this one.

    It depends what you're looking for with 'fun' work, is it...
    - the nature of the work is fun, or;
    - the...
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